意識科學 彙整 - Aqive 氣機科技

Author: Dr. Li Sichun
In the phenomenon known as "synesthesia" in modern psychological research, it has been reported that there have been incidents where a person's five senses may be transformed among each other. For instance, a person may see colors or images upon hearing certain sounds, or smell different scents when seeing certain words and more. Ordinary neurologists believe that this is caused by the overlapping of the brain's five senses' peripheral systems.

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Author: Dr. Li Sichun
I. Near-death Experience When a person's life is in peril, such as when a person suffers from a car accident, serious illness, is struck by lightning or comes back to life after being declared dead by a doctor, often times the person will describe some magical and grand journey he/she experiences while unconscious or "dead." This is referred to as a "near-death experience."

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
I. Do the Folk Deities Have Websites in the Spirit World?
Temples have been erected throughout Taiwan. Various local deities are being worshiped by hundreds and thousands of believers over the years at large-scale Buddhist or Taoist temples and also at simple roadside shrines. Have such folk deities set up websites at the information field?

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
I. When Spirits Partake in Experiments
The information field is full of highly sentient information (spirits) and their websites, and we frequently click on their websites during finger reading experiments. Could they feel irritated, and as a result interfere with our experiment, leading to chaotic results? They could, and they do.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
I. Upon Meeting Mr. Chen Taoqiu, Collector of Ancient Literature on Extrasensory Perception (ESP)
In October 1997, the fourth "Chinese Somatic Science Conference" was held in Beijing, and hundreds of researchers on somatic science from China, Japan, and Taiwan had gathered at the Beijing City Library for a three-day conference on the latest research results on extrasensory perception (ESP) in humans. In October, the wind was already biting in Beijing and the temperature neared zero degree Celsius. Nevertheless, the venue was warmed by passionate debates, and everyone was anxious for new findings and surprises. Everyone was filled with a sense of pride and mission, for leading cutting-edge science and pioneering mankind to explore the wonders and myths of the universe within our anatomies.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
I. French Astrologer from the 16th Century
On September 11, 2001, New York City, NY, USA, had undergone terrorist attack. The world was shocked when two hijacked planes flew directly into the World Trade Center, which resulted in thousands of casualties. On week later, a book titled "Les Centuries Astrologiques" became a best-seller.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
1. The dual view of the universe in Taoism
Mr. Hu Fuchen is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in mainland China. He is renowned for his research in Taoist, Taoism, and immortal studies. In October 2002, he was invited by the then director Lee of the NTU's Department of Chinese Literature to visit Taiwan. I was fortunate to have a small seminar with Mr. Hu and the domestic Taoist expert Professor Li of the Academia Sinica, giving Mr. Hu a picture of Taoism research in Taiwan. Naturally, it included my findings in scientific experiments.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
1. When I was young, I thought it was a superstition to burn incense and worship Buddha
Every time you pass by large temples, you can see hundreds of believers burning incense while praying and bowing down. When I was young, I would follow the custom by burning incense as a ritual. I would not ask the Buddha for blessing or asking the Buddha for help by granting me a wish. The reason is simple: I did not believe in a world where gods, Buddhas, and Bodhisattvas really exist.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
1. Realizing finger reading can be trained
The superpowers of the human body are always dazzling and enviable. Jesus cast out demons and healed diseases, walked on the sea, turned water into wine, and fed five thousand people with a slice of bread. The Buddha had six supernatural powers: Divine Realm, Heavenly Eye, Heavenly Ear, the penetration of others' thoughts, the penetration of past lives, and the penetration of the extinction of outflows. He has the ability to travel through time and space, transform everything with no obstacles. Taoist immortals or Zhenren, such as Lu Dongbin, Zhang Sanfeng, etc., can break through spatial barriers. We also know that these abilities are only possessed by a very small number of people, and most of us can only feel inadequate. However, Associate Professor Chen Shouliang of the Department of Biology, then Dean of Academic Affairs of Peking University, and his wife Associate Professor He Muyan, deconstructed this myth in 1979.

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